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Thursday, October 29, 2009

How Allen Stanford's dream of Twenty20 cricket collapsed.
Absence of America's Cup hurts tourism in United Arab Emirates.

The TORONTO STAR's Robert Cribb writes the Canadian dollar, "once an economic albatross," is now "suddenly enriching Canadian-based clubs, single-handedly increasing NHL revenues and crafting a new financial argument for more NHL hockey in Canada" (TORONTO STAR).

In a special to the L.A. TIMES, The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin writes of the NFL stadium project in City of Industry, "The main reason people should be up in arms is that building a stadium during an economic crisis to house a team that doesn't exist is bonkers. Selling it as a cure for the crisis is even worse" (L.A. TIMES).

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